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a lawyer released a killing video. a five-year old girl was caught in the crossfire. lamont davis was the gunman shooting at someone else. our reporter is live tonight outside the courthouse to explain why they want leaks to the video. >> lamont davis pled not guilty in court. his defense attorney and public defender dropping the police camera video and. it shows the shooting and the public defender says the man doing the shooting is not his client. the video shot july 2 from closed circuit police cameras on pulaski street shows a man in a black shirt standing on the corner with bystanders. he starts chasing a man in a white shirt firing several shots. the camera then captures the suspect fleeing. once the shooting is over, d.c. neighbors gathered around 5 year-old raven wyatt critically injured in the crossfire. police arrested 17 year-old lamont davis and charged him with attempted first-degree murder. in a bold defense mood -- move, his defender released to the video saying the shooter is not davis. police said davis was wearing a mouth functioning gps monitoring device. the vi
are right. lamont davis pruett -- pleaded not guilty in court. he says video evidence will prove his client is innocent. >> the video shows a man in a black shirt standing on a corner with bystanders. he starts chasing a man in white shirt firing several shots. once the shooting is over, you see neighbors gathered around a five year-old raven wyatt. she is critically injured in the crossfire. lamont davis was charged with attempted first-degree murder. in a bold defense mood, his public defender released this video saying the shooter is not davis. police said he was wearing a mouth functional gps monitoring device when he was arrested. the video shows the shooter was not wearing one. >> he is doing this with a very good reason. >> a law professor has gone up against davis's attorney. the video could lead to an acquittal of the case. >> you have to start influencing the jurors long before they are jurors. >> because of the intense media coverage surrounding the case, the attorney had no choice but to release the tape to even the playing field. >> he has gotten very frustrated in the past cou
more. >> lamont davis pled not guilty in court yesterday. his lawyers say video will prove him innocent. on-camera you see the shooting unfolds. when it is all over, you see neighbors gathered around a five year-old raven wyatt to was injured in the crossfire. they arrested lamont davis and charged him with first-degree murder. they say he was wearing a monitoring device when he was arrested. but public defenders show -- say the video shows he was not wearing one. one person says this is a strategy that could work given the amount of media coverage in the case. >> and he has gotten very frustrated in the past several weeks having his client be found guilty in the media. >> according to court documents, several witnesses identified davis as the shooter. reporting live, wbal-tv. >> thank you. city police are looking for whoever is responsible for a dangerous shooting last night. the victim was found shot in the face in taken to johns hopkins hospital where he was pronounced dead. no word on a possible motive. a 59 year-old woman was shot by a stray bullet in her home. police are searching
shot of proving he's innocent. what it's going to take for troy davis to win his freedom. his story ahead. >>> nfl quarterback michael vick back on the field speaking out about his dogfighting days. he blames himself for the mess that landed him in prison. do you believe his apology? you'll hear it for yourself tonight. lower your bad cholesterol but your good cholesterol and triglycerides are still out of line? then you may not be seeing the whole picture. ask your doctor about trilipix. statin to lower bad cholesterol, along with diet, adding trilipix can lower fatty triglycerides and raise good cholesterol to help improve all three cholesterol numbers. trilipix has not been shown to prevent heart attacks or stroke more than a statin alone. trilipix is not for everyone, including people with liver, gallbladder, or severe kidney disease, or nursing women. tell your doctor about all the medicines you take and if you are pregnant or may become pregnant. blood tests are needed before and during treatment to check for liver problems. contact your doctor if you develop unexplained muscl
discovery. >> thanks to our panel on that. coming up, troy davis, convicted cop killer. his case is getting reopened. most of the witnesses against him have recanted. was this an innocent man? >>> we're back. the supreme court has made a controversial move in a case that has drawn international attention. death row inmate troy davis. let's bring in richelle carey. >> this might be the most important and controversial supreme court decision this term. let me take you back. troy davis was convicted of the murder of off duty police officer mark macphail in 1989 and sentenced to death in 1991. davis has always said he is innocent. but since his conviction, seven of the nine prosecution witnesses recanted their statement, saying police pressured them to point the finger at davis. last fall the supreme court issued a stay of execution two hours before davis was set to be put to death. a month later the justices reversed their decision. a federal appeals court issued another stay. this month's decision means davis will continue to sit on death row but will finally have a chance to try to prove his
taking care with vesicare. >>> all right. so every single day for the past 20 years troy davis has said the same thing. they is innocent. >> this week the supreme court took his argument to heart and cleared the way for the condemned killer to have a new day in court. 20 years now, almost to the day, he was arrested for murdering a georgia police officer. gary tuchman explains what's different now. >> reporter: it took a jury only a few hours to decide troy davis was guilty of murdering a police officer in georgia, and a few more hours to send him to death row. a friend was one of the jurors. >> he was definitely guilty. all of the witnesses were able to i.d. him as the person who actually did 2. >> reporter: the primary reez hen was convicted, the witness testimony. the slain police officer's wife agrees. >> just so adamant about what they saw, when they saw it. >> reporter: but this is how the juror feels now. >> if i knew then what i know now, troy davis would not be on death row. if the -- the verdict would be not guilty >> reporter: she knows now is this -- almost all of the prosec
. >> reporter: good morning, patrice. the attorney for lamont davis, says the video you're about to see, proves that his client is innocent. it proves that his client is not the one who shot a 5-year-old girl. lamont davis faces first degree newer defirst-degreefirst degre. but davis who had been arrested 15 times before says he is innocent and his attorney says he has the evidence to prove it. the department of juvenile service, says quote, we placed him on gps, the highest sanction the department has and we were monitoring him in realtime. attorney lynwood says it is that gps system that will help him prove his case. this video shows a man walk along pulaski street and opening fire. you see the crowd of people hovering a young child, but the video shows a shooter who is not wearing one of these gps units. one part is worn and the other monitors movement. the defense says that this shooter is only wearing socks. the shooting happened on july second, but it wasn't until july 16th that they claimed that he cut off his davis. when he was brought in for questioning, we are told davis still had the
, troy davis, convicted cop killer. his case reopened. most of the witnesses have recanted. is this an innocent man? >>> cnn's hero of the week. faith coleman helps others get the medical care they need. >> i have been completely denied all insurances. >> i have been unemployed and basically have no income. >> they told me i have breast cancer and did not have insurance so i came here. >> if they have no insurance and they have no money, what's going to happen to them? in 2003 i discovered that i had kidney cancer. i am a nurse practitioner but i had no health insurance. i was able to mortgage my house to pay for the surgery. if it could happen to me, it could happen to anyone. i'm faith coleman. i co-founded a free clinic to help those without insurance. good morning, everybody. we welcome everyone here who meets poverty lines. we have what i call controlled chaos. give this is to the doctor. go, go, go. two x-ray and two cat scans. having kidney cancer was one of the best things that ever happened to me because i truly can empathize with patients. any questions at all? >>
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over the arrest of 17-year-old lamont davis. >> davis is behind bars charged with attempted murder. following the shooting of a 5-year-old and another child. the man overseeing the department of juvenile services spoke to fox 45 to discusses gps monitoring and whether it works in keeping the public safe. >> we have seen a lot of success with this. and, i believe, we will continue to. you will always have some sensationalized stories like lamont davis. >> davis was being monitored. the gps manufacturer said the device can only track offenders if the ankle device is charged. but davis' case proves that there are limitations. >> you know, there are ways that you can get around the tracking of a one piece unit. just are there are ways that you can try to force the system. set up of the program, and making sure that the youth knows there are consequences. >> neighborhoods in the city of baltimore and across the nation, are fighting back tonight. it is the national night out against crime. neighborhood associations celebrated in several areas this evening. we found a block party at the c
in court 17-year-old lamont davis pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder but as abc2's brian cubler reports, davis's public defender thinks the tape might help his client's face. >> reporter: the camera swivels automatically and pauses long enough to document what little regard for life there systems is in the streets of baltimore. then the gunman fires at another man. then the gunman darts down the street, in an alley. it readjusts and settles on witnesses running down the street to assist a child that was struck. the body you see in the road is 5-year-old raven wyatt. she was struck once in the head, caught in the crossfire. the camera continues to roll catching a growing crowd and crime scene that would captivate this neighborhood for weeks. police eventually arrested 17-year-old lamont davis, a juvenile with a lengthy criminal past. after arraignment this morning his public defender said he had the wrong guy. >> he entered a plea of not guilty, ok? we intend to take the task of showing that lamont davis is not guilty of the charge, no matter what people perceive of his b
campbell talking about the second year tight end fred davis who i believe is waiting on deck. he's not smiling right now but he should be. we'll be hearing from fred davis coming up right after the break. >>> welcome back to fedexfield, everybody. dan hailey, lindsay czarniak and one of the stars of the game, second year tight end out of usc, fred davis. fred, after last week, we just had jason on, you we listening. it must have felt so good not just to cause that you fumble but to get in the end zone. >> i had to redeem myself, man. i had to get me at least two. i'm not -- i just knew i had to come out and make plays. that's what the coaches wanted me to do. put me in certain situations and that's what happened today. i did all right. >> fred, we saw the recovery also and then moving forward to when you got that touchdown. what was going through your mind when you got to the end zone on that play. >> oh, i hope he throws the ball because i seen the coverage break down. i seen the safety kind of jump. i was like please throw this because he's kind of short. >> you had that dance
gets the rare chance to prove his innocence. what is it going to take for troy davis to win his freedom? >>> nfl quarterback michael vick back on the field speaking out about his dogfighting days. he blames himself for the mess that landed him in prison. do you believe his apology? >>> it hasn't happened in nearly 50 years. today the u.s. supreme court stepped in and granted a death row inmate's request for appeal. the condemned inmate who is being held in georgia swears he is not a killer of a police officer. several witnesses for the prosecution have recanted their testimony. others believe he is guilty and think he should pay for the crime. is an innocent man on death row or is he hoping to escape justice? gary tuchman has more. >> reporter: a jury only took a few hours to decide troy davis was guilty of murdering a police officer in savannah, georgia. a few more hours to decide to send him to death row. brenda forest was a juror. >> he was definitely guilty. all the witnesses were able to i.d. him as the person who actually did it. >> reporter: the primary reason he was convicted? t
that would captivate this neighborhood for weeks. police eventually arrested 17- year-old lamont davis, a juvenile with a lengthy criminal past. after his arraignment this morning, davis' public defender says they are the wrong guy. >> he entered a plea of not guilty. we intend to take on the task of not only showing that lamont davis is not guilty of this charge, no matter what his background is, but he is innocent of it. >> reporter: he wouldn't go into detail, but released this closed circuit video, in part to prove davis is not the shooter. he says in the public's eye, his 17-year-old client is already portrayed as guilty, and simply says this video is a different perspective for people to see. a perspective he believes will help exonerate him. you remember there is also some controversy that davis was on dps monitoring, and he may or may not have cut off that device before the shooting. hedgepeth says all of that plus this video will be part of a trial set for october 2nd. brian kuebler. >>> the trial of dallas smith is scheduled to begin today. smith is accused of bringing a pipe
-old lamont davis was shooting at another man in pulaski street in west baltimore when 5-year-old raven wyatt was caught in the crossfire. >> and davis pleaded not guilty to charges of attempted murder. brian cubler explains why his public defender believes that video might actually help this case. >> reporter: as the camera swivels automatically it pauses just long enough tometically document just what -- -- mechanically document what little regard there is for life there sometimes is in baltimore. a man fires at another man repeatedly. you then see the gunman dart down the street, in an alley. as the camera readjusts, it settles on witnesses lying in the street to help a child who was struck. it was 5-year-old raven wyatt, caught in the crossfire. the camera continues to roll. police eventually arrested 17-year-old lamont davis. a juvenile with a lengthy criminal past. after the arraignment this morning davis's public defender says they have the wrong guy. >> he entered a plea of not guilty, ok? we intend to take on the task of not only showing that lamont davis is not guilty of this c
month that hospitalized a 5-year-old girl. police say 17-year-old lamont davis was shooting at another man on pulaski street in west baltimore when 5-year-old raven wyatt was caught in the crossfire. davis pleaded not guilty today to charges of attempted murder. brian kuebler explains how his public defender believes that sorrento valley might help his case. >> reporter: as the camera swivels automatically, it pauses just long enough to mechanically document just what little regard for life there sometimes is on the streets of baltimore. watch as the gunman comes in camera left and begins firing at another man repeatedly. you then see the gunman dart down the street and into an alley. as the camera readjusts, it settles on witnesses running down the street to assist a child that was struck. the body you see laying in the road is 5-year-old raven wyatt. she was struck once in the head, caught in the crossfire. the camera continues to roll, catch agroing crowd and crime scene that would captivate this neighborhood for weeks. police eventually arrested 17- year-old lamont davis, a juvenil
say 17-year- old lamont davis was shooting at another man on pulaski street in west baltimore when 5- year-old raven wyatt got caught in the crossfire. davis pleaded not guilty today to charges of attempted murder. abc 2 news brian kuebler explains how his public defender believes surveillance video might help his case. >> reporter: as the camera swivels automatically, it upauses just long enough to mechanically document just what little regard for life there is sometimes on the streets of baltimore. watch as the gunman comes in camera left and begins firing at another man repeatedly. you then see the gunman dart down the street and into an alley. as the camera readjusts, it settles on witnesses running down the street to assist a child that was struck. the body you see laying in the road is 5-year-old raven wyatt. she was struck once in the head, caught in the crossfire. the camera continues to roll, catching a growing crowd and crime scene that would captivate this neighborhood for weeks. police eventually arrested 17- year-old lamont davis, a juvenile with a lengthy criminal past.
-10 in the fourth. chase daniel, a perfect pass to fred davis for the 18-yard touchdown. and who says football players can't dance? the skins go on to win 17-13, and afterwards, i caught one one of the surprise heroes -- chase daniels. was it fun? >> it was a blast, man. finally glad to get out there and throw the ball around. throwing the ball around, get out, get dirty be get hit for the first time in a while. it felt good. >> reporter: this guy was thought to be by far number four on the depth chart. maybe that will change. certainly had a better game tonight than normally colt brennan who threw a pick although it wasn't his fault late in the game. coming up later on geico sports extra, guys will hear from marcus mason. a local guy from montgomery county. last year he led the nfl in rushing in the preseason. but he didn't stick with the team. tonight a good performance that's going to help his chances. all that's coming up with more on "geico sports extra." back to you. >> all right. looking forward to it. thanks. >>> and a tripleheader threatened to create the perfect storm trafficwise any
on traffic. >> our big story this morning, a lawyer for 17 year-old lamont davis accused of shooting a 5 year-old girl says his client is innocent. >> he has camera footage that caught the shooting. our reporter is live outside of the courthouse to explain the video. >> he pleaded not guilty on court on tuesday. they have a video evidence that proves he is innocent. the video was recorded on july 2 and from the crime cameras on the corner of pulaski street. you will see the shooting and pulled on camera. the suspect runs from the scene. neighbors gathered around the five year-old reagan white who was injured in the crossfire. -- raven wyatt. police said that davis was wearing a mouth functional gps monitoring device. the video shows the suspect was not wearing one. a law professor says this is a strategy that could work given the amount of media coverage on the case. >> he has gotten very frustrated in the past several weeks having his client being found guilty in the media as he would probably put it. >> according to court documents, several witnesses identified davis as the shooter. police
afternoon. i am mindy basara. a lawyer for a 17-year-old lamont davis, accused of shooting a 5-year-old girl in that, says his client is innocent and that is driven by crime camera footage of the shooting. you can see the suspect running from the scene. seconds later, people gather around 5-year-old raven wyatt, a critically injured. detectives say he was wearing a malfunctioning gps device when he was arrested. the public defender says that the video shows he was not wearing one. a university of maryland law professor has gone up against davis' attorney in the past and says the strategy could work given the amount of media coverage. >> he has gotten very frustrated in the past several weeks, having his client be found guilty in the media, as he would put it. >> according to court documents, several witnesses have identified mr. davis as the shooter. >>> police are searching for the person or persons who shot a 59-year-old woman while she was sitting at her home. it happened at carver street shortly after 9:00 last night. she was watching tv when she was hit by the stray bullet bridge was ta
people scattering. he is hart to see. he is a 17-year-old lamon. it davis, arrested a dozen times. he was on home monitoring wearing a gps bracelet. he pleaded no the guilty. his lawyer told wjz news that the shooter on the video is not his client because he says, he is not irwhatting the bracelet monitor. these are his legs enhanced for a view. investigators believe he was fighting with another teen, pulled out a gun and fired over and over hitting raven who had nothing to do with the dispute. >> what are we supposed to do. kids can not walk the street. they cannot go to school. she was just a little girl. >> do not let this be in vain. >> it has prompted outrage and questions over the juvenile justice system handled davis. >> we wanted to know and we did something about it. >> the system as it exists today in maryland has outlived its usefulness. >> the bullet hit her in the head. she survived the injuries. the videotape shows the brutal act that changed her life forever will be key in davis' defense. >> he faces several serious charges including attempted first degree murder. >> po
monitoring that was supposed to be keeping tabs on 17 year-old lemond davis. we have no our records michaud the teenager was where he was supposed to be at the time of the shooting, but that may depend on the time zone is that was used. >> the video release yesterday by his lawyer may not clearly identify the gunman on july 2, but it does establish the time, for 02 p.m.. davis is accused of shooting at another teenager to settle a dispute, and putting a bullet in the head of 5-year-old reagan white it. the little girl can be seen on the video lying in the street for several seconds before people rushed to help. she remains hospitalized in critical condition. davis was under gps monitoring due to his juvenile record. we have learned that records show that at 4:02 that day, he was in compliance with the terms of his monitoring, at home about 10 blocks from where the shooting happened. the records are sure to be used by his lawyers to further argue that he is not the gunman seen in the video. sources say their gps records only add confusion. they said the problem is conflicting information ove
entire crew, jim saying so long from the park. now we head out to o's extra. tom davis and rick dempsey to recap the game. take it way, tom. >> >> tom: tom davis together with rick dempsey. the orioles tie not guilty game twice and lose it go in extra innings. 17-8 to the angels. how tough is it? >> this is the worst kind. the orioles were down four runs at the start of the ballgame. they come back and get close and they are down four runs again. they end up tying the ballgame late and coming back. they had their opportunity, they just couldn't get that run. they were within two feet when adam jones hit the ball down the left-hand lane another two feet and there game was over with then. they battled the angels. the double play situation. they came up big in the 11th and the 12th and the 13th inning they blew them out at that point right there. it is devastating because so many guys, it looks like they had bad days. but there were a lot of good days out there for the orioles too. one night after the next they scored 16-6 in the first game. now they lose this game here 17-8. it is heartbr
courthouse with the latest on the story. what can you tell us at this hour. >> jeff, lamont davis was here this morning for the arraignment. the attorney said the video you are about to see will prove that his client is innocent. >> lamont davis, 17-year-old accused of shooting 5-year-old raven wyatt last month in the 300 block of south pulaski highway pled not guilty. charged with first-degree murder, assault and handgun charges. his attorney released this video of the crime scene today. he says it shows a man walking along pulaski highway. opening fire. and you see the crowd of people hoovering over a young child. but hedge path said the video shows a shooter not wearing a gps unit, that davis was supposedly wearing that day. this is what the gps unit looks like. it is in two pieces. one part worn, the other monitors movement. defense claims the shooter in the video has ankle sox on and not a tracking device. here is another twist to the story. shooting happened july 2, but as late as july 16 the department of juvenile services claims davis cutoff his bracelet. a statement from the depar
at the time she was clearly abducted. right now to douglas davis. mr. davis, thank you for being with us. >> thank you, nancy, for having me. >> you endured a lot of questioning, i'm sure. how are you holding up? >> well, only by god's grace has carried me through this far. it's been difficult for us and the family to have seen this and to experience this abduction out of nowhere this occurred and you can't prepare for these type of things. god's grace carries us through it, and i'm grateful for that. >> you are seeing home video just released of kristi. everybody -- millions of women across this country go for a walk after work or after school chatting away on a cell phone. that's just what she did. >> absolutely. >> mr. davis, you must know that our prayers and many, many other people are with you and kristi's family and her son, especially. that evening when you were on the phone with her, what was the last thing you heard her say? what were her words? >> well, as you know due to the investigation the depth of that conversation i can't divulge at this time. however, i heard her scream
, fred davis says i'm not going on fumble anymore. brett favre says just kidding. the nationals -- deal at the deadline for stephen strasburg. >>> a look at stories making headlines tonight. >> police are investigating the murder of a man inside of a local pizza shop. the employee's body was found this afternoon inside of a pizza mart near fourth and adams street in northeast washington. investigators are looking into the possibility the man was killed overnight. so far there are no suspects. >>> the latest message from the white house on health care reform is that a government-run insurance option is still on the table. over the weekend, health and human services secretary kathleen sebelius suggested that a public option was notenstial to overhauling the system. >>> the liberal democrats say that they will not vote for any reform bill without that public option. >>> columnist and tv commentator robert novak died this morning following yearlong battle with brain cancer. novak was a face on various political talk shows. the family said he died at his home here in washington. novak was 78
me" moments before she disappears. now he's breaking his silence. douglas davis was the boyfriend on the other end of that call with kristi the night she vanishes. a minister, davis says he's keeping the faith and knows kristi is still alive. but he's pleading for tips to bring kristi home safe. >> he called her. she was apparently expecting the phone call and had already gone out walking waiting for him to call. he was in atlanta. she was in blaresville about two hours away at the time this happened. who can place her, visually place her out walking that evening around 9:00 p.m. >> according to investigators kristi cornwell was seen by an employee leaving the church not too far away from her parents home. >> she walks routinely for exercise. we know she was abducted. there's no question about it. the evidence spells that. >> live to oakland on the search for a missing 5-year-old afflicted with cerebral palsy. he vanishes from the backseat of a car just outside a shoe store as a busy suburban shopping center. how could he just disappear and nobody sees a thing? bombshell tonight.
of the fourth. two on, two out for wigginton. he lines one to center. but davis sprints in. makes the nice dive and catch to end the inning. robbing the o's of at least one run. it was important. because bottom of the sixth they are trailing four-zero. huff with a deep fly to left center. it carries into the seats for the two run homer. his 13th of the year. and they cut the as lead in half. and they were not done. later in the inning. wieters at the plate. he lines one in to center. davis tries to short hop it but ball scoots by him. scott scores. and wieters pulled in to third after a single and two base error. o's trail at that point. and oakland added a run. top of the ninth they are up. and runners on the corners. they shoot a single back up the middle. davis scores from third. and as win. six-three to take the series. >> birds are off tomorrow. start a four game series with the angels friday night. back to you. our 737s fly to over 65 cities across the country every day. gate agent: this is your final boarding call... each with an average speed of 590 miles per hour, almost as fast as you
that lamont davis was complying with the law. individual yost incident shows the shooter may not be wearing a gps ang let. so what happens if a juvenile under gps monitoring is accused of committing a crime. >> if there is a crime. many times they come back to us and say, can you run the points for this particular area, and we can tell them if there have been youth or adults, you know, depending on the program, that have been in a particular area, and how long they were there. >> davis is accused of shooting a 5-year-old girl that is still in the hospital tonight. >> the white house is getting ready for another big push on health care reform. and president obama is taking his message weft. >> as we hear tonight. the mounting debt is making the task that much more difficult. >> the federal budget deficit is soaring now and that is giving the president's critics more ammunition. >> i think that the obama administration has already started to restore trust in health care. >> that is a tough argument for members of congress to make. at least as some of the townhall meetings. and critics of the
recess to order a new hearing into the case of troy anthony davis. davis was convicted of killing an off-duty police officer in 1989. davis' attorneys say new evidence could prove he was misidentified as the killer. the supreme court's intervention now just the latest twist in this high-profile case. it's been mentioned by former president jimmy carter and pope benedict and used as a rallying cry for death row opponents. >>> new developments kreeszing the numerous legal ramifications left in the wake of the untimely death of singer michael jackson. as leanne gregg reports, one issue dealt with the sale of products in the singer's image and another involved the more serious questions of how the pop icon died. >> reporter: this attorney, representing the pop star's mother, said she might file a wrongful death lawsuit because of the circumstances surrounding her son's demise. one possible defendant, dr. conrad murray, the singer's personal physician. >> dr. murray's name has been floated because he is under criminal investigation. >> reporter: that investigation focused on the possibility m
us gps record show davis was in compliance at the time of the shooting. some are saying the records even indicate davis was at home or at least his tracking device was. also being studied very closely the video captured by a pole camera of the july 2nd shooting. tavis defense attorney says as far as he can tell, the shooter in this video isn't wearing a gps anklet. in an exclusive interview i sat down with a company representative from secure track. the company that provides and monitors the devices for the department of juvenile services. i asked what steps are typically taken if a juvenile under gps monitoring is accused of committing a crime? >> if there is a cream there are many times they come back to us and say can you run the points for this particular year and we can tell them if there have been use, youth or adult depending on the program have been in the particular area and how long they were there. >>reporter: we also spoke with a secretary of juvenile services about the incident involving la mont davis. secretary donald says he sat down for hours with representativ
'4" receiver hauled it in. tight end fred davis by the way out of the dog house on special team, punner to punter sends it downfield. look at this. the steelers get it and the ball stripped away by fred davis who had fumbled twice in the first game. he said that feeling was worse than he had ever known. the very next play, here he is again, the rookie chase daniel rewarding davis on this one with the 18 yard strike over the middle for the touchdown. daniel was six of eight for 58 yards the redskins beat the steelers. daniels said he had to shake off the jitters. >> once you make the first completion, you block out the crowd noise and everything else and you play the game like you're back in high school. the numbers look good. but i still have a long way to go, getting every down the way i want it to be. >> chase had a wonderful night. he was six of eight. i thinke had 60 some yards. he was poised. we're working on some temple things with him. he was excited. he hung in there. got a nice scramble for a first down. marco mitchell for a touchdown. i was excited for a guy not getting a lot
, shows people scattering. the gunman, hard to distinguish. police say he's 17-year-old lamont davis, arrested since the time he was 10. at the time of the shooting, davis was wearing home monitoring. his lawyer, a public defender, told wjz, the shooter on this video is not his client. because, he says, he's not wearing that ankle bracelet monitor. these are davis' legs, enhanced for a closer view. investigators believe he was fighting with another teenager, pulled out a gun, and fired over and over, hitting little raven, who had nothing to do with that dispute. >> what are we as parents spezzed to do? -- supposed to do? kids can't walk the streets. they can't go to school. you know, she was just a little girl. >> not this baby. -- do not let the death of this baby, whatever happens to her be in vain. >> what i wanted to know was to make sure that we knew and that we did something about it as soon as we knew. >> the juvenile justice system as it exists today in maryland has outlived its usefulness. >> this video shows the senseless brutal act that changed her life forever, will be ke
the person seen here pulling the trigger is 17-year-old lamont davis. a juvenile under gps monitoring at the time. >> there is a resident zone set up. >> in an interview fox 45 news sat down with a representative from i secure track, the company that supplies and monitors gps devices for the state of maryland. >> this device is worn around the ankle. personal tracking unit is carried with the youth. >> gps records released wednesday by the department of juvenile services indicate davis was in compliance at the time of the shootings. some sources suggesting records show davis was at home around 4:00 on july 2. when 5-year-old raven wyatt was shot. >> as long as they have the units we can tell where they are at. and we can tell when a crime is commit. >> but even the company admits the tracking is not full proof. >> there are ways that you can get around the tracking of a one piece unit. just are there are ways to try to thwart the system. >> besides gps records there is the video from the cameras that both sides will likely reference. but whose case does it help the most? numbers show
-old lemond davis. he is a young man with a lengthy juvenile record. he wore a monitoring anklet but left the gps tracking unit at home. lawyers argued the video works in their favor, because it does not clearly identified the shooter. police will not comment on the video but investigators gave no indication that they relied on the video, instead using information from witnesses. the video shows the five-year old after she was shot, lying on the street from a distance. lamont davis was arraigned in court today, entering a plea of not guilty. >> police are investigating an assault involving a firefighter. barry simms has been following this case and joins us live with more details. >> it happened at a group home. the community and the county are taking their concerns to the state. heritage harbour is a community designed for adults 55 and older. >> many people moved in here for security and safety. >> this man was willing to tell us about problems they were having with younger residents who lived of the street. >> my bicycle disappeared, for instance. there were break-ins in cars. people w
in the shooting of 5-year-old girl in south west baltimore. attorney defending 17-year-old la mont davis release this video from police surveillance camera. he says it raises questions about whether davis was actually the shooter. there you see a guy very clearly firing a gun. davis was arraigned today on 2 counts of attempted first degree murder. he allegedly shot at another teenager. hit him. and then hit 5-year-old raven wyatt she's still in the hospital. davis trial date is set for october 2nd. >>> alarming number of emergency calls group home in annapolis calling for tighter security tonight. sunday firefighters was attacked while responding to an alarm. kathleen has the latest on the story tonight. >>reporter: the fire fighter hit by a steel bat on the head while trying to disable a fire alarm during a falls call on sunday. he is okay. but now there are demands for the state to mandate massive security changes at that private run facility for troubled boys. the eastern point group home is tucked away at the end of a cul-de-sac and adult residential community in annapolis. police
donovan with the ball to charlie davies. this is a great shot by davies here. passed the goalie to give you the united states a goal and they take a 1-0 lead. still in the first half, mexico. takes a long shot. u.s. goalie tim howard has no chance. ball hits the crossbar and goes in. just an unbelievable goal. second half tied at 1. davies on the ground. a mexican player tries to help him up. comes in and shoves the guy. it was a mess. yellow card handed out. mexico got fired up. dribbles in. he stopped. miguel is not. goes top shelf. mexico beats the u.s. again. 2-1 is the final. the nationals pot a third opinion on pitcher jordan zimmerman and they -- turned out exactly like you expected. zimmerman will have reconstructive elbow surgery next week and will miss at least a year with zimmerman out, nationals try to start a new winning streak in atlanta tonight. the o's hosting the a's. got a sneak peek. a look at it for real right here. for fourth inning, a's up 1-0. powell sends a shot to right field. that's gone. two-run blast. the a's score four runs in the inning. bottom four now. he
davis. makes the hit, causes the fumble. dale young recovers it. the skins are in business. here we go. ensuing play, chase daniel still in the game. taking his time. had great protection from the offensive line here. drops back, play action, and then hits fred davis in stride for an 18-yard touchdown. fred davis had a good game. chase daniel finished the game 6-8 for 58dsar y and two scores. the redskins win it 17-13 the final. >> i was much more pleased, you know. we ended up converting third downs. we were 1 of 11 a week ago. i think we were 9 of 17 this ga so we definitely improved in our third down conversions. we even converted on a couple of fourth down plays. and so i was very pleased. what i'm looking for as far as improving is, you know, continue to improve our route running down the field and continue to improve our poise under pressure. you know, trying to really execute very well. we did a lot of that tonight. you know, we're all demanding, i guess. >> jim zorn of the redskins host the patriots next friday. >>> talking baseball now. it was slug fest at nats park last night
sister. the women told authorities they acted out of anger at this man, 36-year-old donessa davis. according to the criminal plant, therese ziemann met davis in this motel room, tied him to the bed and blindfolded him on the pretense of giving him a massage. then the other women, including davis' estranged wife, entered the room and confronted him. they taunted him. which one do you love? who do you want to grow old with? davis told police the confrontation ended with his private parts glued to his leg. >> i have to take the humiliation and i'll try to just carry on. >> reporter: wendy sewell says she didn't touch davis and just spoke to him. >> when i found out that he was dating other women, i wanted him to see that i was hurt. and that's all i wanted out of this. >> reporter: in yet another twist to the story, davis' estranged wife filed charges which landed him in jail. the charges include child abuse, and stealing the ashes of his wife's dead father. davis' estranged wife is due back in court next week, while the other three women are due back in court later this month. dones
-year-old lamont davis. davis' gps records released today. apparently they indicate that davis was indeed in compliance at the time of the shooting. he allegedly had a gps device on his ankle for another unrelated crime. now the attorney defending davis released surveillance video. and claims it raises questions about whether davis was the shooter because the gunman in this video does not appear to be wearing a gps device. tonight residents in southwest baltimore where a 5-year-old girl was shot in the shooting held another cop walk. >> we need a lot of people just talking to little kids. just about keeping their neighborhood clean. >> come up to us and talk to us out of the blue. to see where everybody is at. and help us help out the community. it is a beautiful thing. >> police and residents walked the streets asking for a mutual trust to keep the neighborhood safe. >> the man accused of raping a woman in charles village and suspected of attacking several others, is free tonight. prosecutors have dropped the charges. keith daniels is live in charles village with the story. ke
year. ainge back to work. looking for davis. that pass was incomplete. michele standing by with e leader of the raven defense. >> michele: it took him two plays of this game to get right into mark sanch's face. how much of the determination on the side of this defense tonight came from going against your old guy, rex ryan? >> i mean, you know, a lot of people making a big deal about it but the bottom line i anytime you went to war with somebody that long, it's just exciting to comen the field against him. you've got bart over there, rex, he's kind of post for i, but it's a different thing to coach against us. gave sanchez a lot of different looks. rex being the coordinator over there and then head coach, it gave u a lot of different things. tackle. some linemen reverse and different things.defense, we played great. >> michele: couple of big plays on defense. apparently, you didn't get enough of a workout because someone saw you doing pushups on the sidelines. >> let me tell you why. because he came, asked me, did i give push-ups, for dpping that interception in the game. anytime w
, police say that 17- year-old lamont davis was shooting at a another man and five-year-old raven wyatt got caught in the crossfire. this is why his public defender believes that surveillance video might help his case. >> reporter: as the camera swiff develops automatically, it pauses long enough to document what little regard for life there sometimes is on the streets of baltimore. watch as the bun man comes in and begins firing at a another man repeatedly and then you see the gunman dart down the street and into an alley. as the camera readjusts it settles on witnesses running down the street to assist a child that was struck. the body that you see in the road is five-year-old raven wyatt. she was struck once in the head caught in the crossfire. the camera continues to roll. this would captivate this street for weeks. the police would eventually arrest 17-year-old lamont davis. his public defender says they have the wrong guy. >> we intend to take on the task of showing that lamont davis is not guilty of this charge, no matter what the people perceive that his background is but that he's
for baseball. hello, everybody. >> tom: davis. welcoming you to the studio right above the field. cruz told me the night before, are they improving? >> you know something, there is no way to tell right now, tom. i would like to say yes they are, but the win loss record doesn't indicate that with any one of them. what i look for, for the rest of the season, i'm not going to evaluate these guys on their win/loss. berken has two wins on the season. i can't evaluate them. what i want to see when they go out to the mound, i want to see the way they handle adversity. this is what i look for, going into next season. the orioles aren't going anywhere, they are not going to play in a playoff or have a wild card berth so far this season. what i want to do, every single young guy that comes in here to pitch, i want to see the way he pushes hitters around the battedder's box. what he has learned about what they are capable of doing as compared to what the pitcher on the mound is capable of doing. when you need to pitch inside, you need to play hard ball. that is what i want to see these guys doing. when t
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